When worn together, these two brass rings in simple geometric shapes create a statement. In doing so, they demonstrate how designer Elisabetta Capolino, of the brand Le Collane di Betta, draws from her formal training as an architect to create jewellery that is elegant and structured.
For these rings, Elisabetta first sketched out the design with specific dimensions and worked with a carpenter to create a wooden model. The models were then used as the basis for the mould used in the sandcasting process.
The rings were cast in Rongai by a team of highly skilled brass artisans who have mastered the art of making the most out of recycled brass to create exquisitely finished jewellery.
Photograph by Barbara Minishi and courtesy of Le Collane Di Betta.